Romania applies new requirements for displaced workers
1 August, 2017duguech
After the announcement of the new Directive 2014/67 of the European Parliament related to the temporary displacements of workers, Spain, Portugal and now Romania, introduce in their local regulations, the changes related to the provision of services of displaced workers.
The new requirements contemplated in Directive 2014/67 of the European Parliament require that all companies based in an EU Member State or EEA or Switzerland that transfer employees to Romania; as well as companies based in Romania that send employees to a Member State of the EU or EEA or Switzerland, they must comply with the new rules of notification and retention of documents.
The obligations contemplated for each country are:
- The employer is obliged to notify the Regional Labor Inspectorate of the detailed information of the companies involved, of the displaced employee and of the labor and contractual conditions.
- Appoint a representative in Romania to establish communication with labor authorities.
- The documentation related to the procedure must be stored for at least three years, both by the company that moves and by the company that receives the foreign worker.
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*It should be noted that the rules of any of the countries listed and the procedures suggested might change at any time without notice.
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